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October 28, 2022

What’s on this week – Consecration, All Saints, Server Training, Mass of Reparation

MASS INTENTIONSSunday 30th October 8.30 am Thanksgiving and blessings on the Baderko family  12.30 pm Private intentionTuesday 1st November 7.30 pm Lennard Prior RIP – HOLYDAY OF OBLIGATIONWednesday 2nd November 11.15 am Keith Crocker RIP11.45 am Holy Souls12.15 pm Holy Father’s intentions REST IN PEACE, KEITH!In your charity, please pray for the repose of the soul of Keith Crocker and for his wife Patsy and family at thissad time. Requiescat in pace! Keith’s Requiem Mass takes placetomorrow, Monday 31st October […]

October 22, 2022

What’s on this week – Keith Crocker, All Saints/ Souls , Guardian bias

23rd October 2022 – 20th Sunday after Pentecost MASS INTENTIONSSunday 23rd October 8.30 am Mr and Mrs Jones12.30 pm Private intention CONFESSIONS 3 pm—5 pm Saturdays REST IN PEACE, KEITHIn your charity, please pray for the repose of the soul of Keith Crocker who died two weeks ago and for his wifePatsy and family at this sad time. Requiescat in pace! Keith’s Requiem Mass takes place on Monday 31stOctober at 11 am, St Joseph’s Church, Havant. ALL SAINTS AND ALL […]

October 20, 2022

St Mary’s Sunday Bulletin 23 Oct 2022

Reminder on All Saints (1st Nov): “On Sundays and other holy days of obligation the faithful are bound to participate in the Mass.” (cf Catholic Code of Canon Law, 1247). A grave cause is needed to excuse from the obligation. In case of doubt, consult your priest in advance. Missing Holy Mass on those days without a grave cause is a mortal sin. On All Souls’ Day (Nov. 2nd ) a plenary indulgence, applicable only to the Poor Souls in Purgatory, is granted […]

October 18, 2022

Men’s & Ladies’ Groups this week

Feel welcome to attend only part of the schedule if you cannot attend everything. Men’s Group on Wed 19 Oct, Vespers 6:00pm Confessions 6:30pm Holy Mass 7:00pm [this Mass is happening this week, as usual] St Joseph Litany and Compline 7:45pm Coffee in Priory Court from 8:10pm Talk by priest in Priory Court 8:30pm Q&A’s and departure from 9:00pm Ladies’ Group on Sat 22 Oct: After 12:10pm Holy Mass (following 10am-12noon Adoration) Shared picnic lunch in Priory Court at 1pm […]

October 7, 2022

What’s on this week – Coffee Morning, Singers needed, and Booked Hall on 16th

MASS INTENTIONSSunday 9th October8.30 am Kate P conversion to RC12.30 pm Private intention CONFESSIONS 3 pm—5 pm Saturdays (not 21st October) CAR PARKINGAs well as the Macmillan coffee morning, our Scouts are meeting after the 8.30 Mass and 50 of our parishchildren are enrolling for First Holy Communion at the 10.30 Mass. This may result in a gridlocked car park – please be aware! MACMILLAN COFFEE MORNINGSunday, 9.30 am—12 noon in the church hall. Home-made cakes for sale plus raffle. […]

October 6, 2022

St Mary’s Shrine Sunday Bulletin 9 Oct 2022

Thank you for your Spiritual bouquet for young nun: a former member of our congregation at St Mary’s Shrine will make her first Temporary Profession as a religious sister on 11th October in America as ‘Sister Mari Caritas’ (Welsh spelling). Let us pray for her, her community and her family on that important day. (fortnightly) Smith Street, Warrington, Cheshire, WA1 2NS, England Served by the Priestly Fraternity of St Peter by appointment from the RC Archdiocese of Liverpool. 01925 635664 […]

October 4, 2022

Our Recommended Books

Please see our new page for all of our book recommendations, as suggested by various priests: https://fssp.org.uk/category/book-recommendations/

How Catholic Art Saved the Faith The Triumph of Beauty and Truth in Counter-Reformation Art

by Elizabeth Lev, Sofia Institute Not long after Martin Luther’s defiance of the Church in 1517, dialogue between Protestants and Catholics broke down, brother turned against brother, and devastating religious wars erupted across Europe. Desperate to restore the peace and recover the unity of Faith, Catholic theologians clarified and reaffirmed Catholic doctrines, but turned as well to another form of evangelisation: the Arts. Convinced that to win over the unlettered, the best place to fight heresy was not in the […]

Jesus and the Jewish Roots of the
Eucharist Unlocking the Secrets of
the Last Supper

by Brant James Pitre, Doubleday Religion, 2011 What was the Passover like at the time of Jesus? What were the Jewish hopes for the Messiah? What was Jesus purpose in instituting the Eucharist during the feast of Passover? And, most important of all, what did Jesus mean when he said, This is my body… This is my blood? To answer these questions, Pitre explores ancient Jewish beliefs about the Passover of the Messiah, the miraculous Manna from heaven, and the […]

The Traditional Mass

by Michael Fiedrowicz, Angelico Press (2020) Shows the organic process by which the Roman rite was built up from its foundations into a magnificent structure, marked by the accumulated riches of each age through which it passed, and characterized by order, beauty, and piety in its texts, gestures, rubrics, chants, and calendar—ranging from the major elements to the most minute details. In view of ever deepening interest in the traditional form of the Roman rite of Mass—which, according to Benedict […]